what is the multiplication property of exponents?
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http://www.mathplanet.com/education/algebra-1/exponents-and-exponential-functions/properties-of-exponents This might help? idk
for example are u talking about this |dw:1433292069108:dw|
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what exactly do you need to know about it?
how to do it
plz help I need to know what to do
well lets say we have (x^3)^2 we know in this situation that x it would expand out to be x^6
do u have a specific question on it?
what is the definition also
I dont know the true definition but it might be along the lines of if a number is raised to a power and then that value is raised to another power you would multiply the exponents. Google probably has a way better definition
I like your approach to teaching this concept! @sweetburger